Ulster Bank has said it is closing 11 branches across Northern Ireland next summer, due to the increasing demand for online banking.Read the full story ›
Northern Ireland’s budget for 2017/18 will be passed into law later this week after almost a year without a devolved government.Read the full story ›
Bombardier representatives say they've received an assurance from Brussels over the future support of the UK government and the EU.Read the full story ›
The cost of petrol fell in October according to the latest figures, but experts are warning that prices rises look imminent.Read the full story ›
Almost half of workers in Northern Ireland expect to work beyond 65 to afford their retirement, according to new research.Read the full story ›
It has been in our pockets and purses for more than three decades but from midnight on Sunday the 'round' pound will no longer be legal tender.
But while the old coins may not not be accepted in the shops, you can bring any you find down the back of the sofa into any bank, building society, or post office to get them changed.
Sarah Clarke reports.
The Irish finance minister says the performance of Nama is "a testament to the strength of our economy and the journey we have made".Read the full story ›
The DUP is supporting a proposal by a Labour MP for a review into the impact of planned changes to women's pensions.Read the full story ›
More than 300,000 households in NI are preparing for the introduction of the biggest change to the benefits system in 70 years.Read the full story ›